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that makes monster energy drinks are making changes to the label on its cans and containers. according to reports, monster beverage corp. will use federal guidelines for food products in its ingredient labels. the one now west nutrient? instead of supplement fax. if now indicate how much caffeine is in the drink. the changes in response to criticism over possible health problems and death linked to energy drinks. there is much more news coming up. stay with us. look at what is going on around town today. let's take a short break. hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the mber one! yeah, this is pretty good. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. >> the business bloomed from a street car to a t
energy is not as green as you think. the associated press reports transporting the hazardous waste created in the manufacturing process actually adds significantly to the carbon footprint. who knew there was hazardous waste; right? that offsets green benefits solar is supposed to offer. michael of the cato institute is here to explain. tad, i'm in shock. tell me more. >> well, there's liquid waste that occurs from the production of solar panels, a lot of them use galium arsenic. remember when president bush was excougated because he wanted to poisen us putting arsenic in the water supply. you want to know how green they are? not very. anybody who invests in them loses money. melissa: if you look at this specifically, this report, i thought, was amazing because, you know, they had a university professor who was talking in environmental studies talking about how it takes three months to generate enough electricity to pay off the energy it costs to transport the hazardous waste away from the one project. it's like you make these things, and then it creates so much had arkansasous wast
in our economy. one of the best ways to encourage growth is through our energy industry. of course, solar and wind should be part of the energy portfolio but god blessed america with abundance of coal and nap gas. instead of wasting more taxpayer money on clean energy companies, let's open up more federal lands for safe and responsible exploration. let's reform our energy regulations so they are reasonable and based on common sense. if we can grow our energy industry it will make us energy end. it will create middle-class jobs and help bring manufacturing back from places like china. simplifying our tax code will also help the middle-class because it will make it easier for small businesses to hire and grow. we agree with the president. we should lower our corporate tax rate which is one of the highest in the world so companies will bring money and jobs back here from overseas. we can also help grow our economy if we have a legal immigration system that allows to us assimilate the best and brightest. we need a responsible perment solution for those that are here illegally but first we mus
or a yard or, you know, a meter across, that can carry a lot of energy. as much as a big explosion. in fact, it could be mistaken, in some cases, for a nuclear explosion. so that's one of the reasons we need to watch these things. >> but, i'm glad you mentioned that, congressman, because i think there was an explosion in 2002 over the mediterranean when india and pakistan were really in heated -- at a heated time in their sort of prenuclear battles. so that is a critical issue. if those can mistaken for nuclear attacks, we do have north korea in a precarious situation. so logistically speaking, how are governments handles this? it's to cover this, but then you have people injured and governments who need to be not only aware of the political implications but just the natural disaster implication 80. >> sure. that's why it makes sense to watch these things. and nasa has a near-earth program. it is, i would argue, it is underfunded because of what's at stake here both in the sense of preparedness and dealing with injury and upset. but as to deal with international incidents that might occur.
of a football field. if it had hit the earth summit it would release the energy equivalent of 2.4 million tons of tnt and wipe out 750 square miles. >> we are absolutely safe. we have been tracking this for well over one year. we have determined very precisely. it will pass 17,000 miles over the surface of the earth. >> a much smaller object entered the earth's atmosphere today in an exploded 18-32 miles above the ground injuring 1000 people and blasting out count was windows. this was a complete surprise. >> it's a relatively small asteroid. >> and nasa will be sending a mission into space in 2016. >> we're preparing emission level rendezvous that none of these potentially hazardous asteroids to understand its composition and, collect a sample, and bring it back to earth. >> for those used in the space, it was an exciting day. rob roblin and, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and now a developing story. this is the tale of a police pursuit from the ground and capt. retailer brought on the scene as they were apprehending the suspect. it was in west baltimore and the police began following him after he alleg
the environmentalist made the claim that green energy is cheaper than coal and natural gas. really? we'll get the facts and a reaction to this after the break. >> clean energy, that's also available here in the the united states, that's coming in now cheaper than coal. cheap her than new gas, puts more people to work than dirty fuels like coal and gas. >> wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at we put the law on your side. 18, you always have the war among you. forgive me but i will turn that ar
's decelerating, the speed is getting less. the energy has to go somewhere, so it goes into two primary places. it goes into heating up the column of air around the object, the bright streak you saw. it's hot around the meteor. the other is in a shock wave with a sonic boom people heard and the wave of shock through the atmosphere that blew out all those windows. that's what happened even before the objects went from being meteors and hitting the ground and became meteorites. >> you talk about that explosion and we showed people the concussion that the -- the force of that, throwing people back who were at the windows. why did it explode? >> normally most meteors that come in are not metallic, they're stony, so they wouldn't be totally stable coming into the earth's atmosphere so you transmit a huge amount of energy. this thing couldn't hang together and fell apart in the atmosphere, releasing all that energy. it's interesting to note on february 12, 1947, a very similar event happened in russia and in fact if there are stamp collectors, look at the stamps from russia from 1957, to commemorate
bus they bid up the price of any related energy project on the belief we're not going to look for energy alternatives? >> you have to believe the president is going to do something to make the environmentalists happy. we know that drilling on federal landses down dramatically. so if they let the keystone pipeline through, then there's got to be something big, something nice and juicy to give to the environmentalists to sort of assuage their anger. so i'm more than worried about this. this is an amazing situation. when the president talks about us importing less fuel he is talking about the fracking miracle. the miracle of being able to find fossil fuel under our feet that we had given up and it's created jobs and tax revenue for local and state governments and the federal government, and it's nuts to turn this upside-down but a lot of people will based on emotions, not fact. >> neil: even if it's too cold -- that's enough. >>> what really is on the protesters mind. mark found out for himself. let's just say this -- environmentalists discovered something more scary. >> what dre
the exact tax rate will be. especially to consider energy and its impact on our economy. it is growing and growing. some of its manufacturing renaissance, $100 billion of new products, it was because we have this wonderful energy. president obama is doing even his best to scare those folks. neil: thank you very much. in the meantime, one of the president's fiercest critics, whether washington is giving business a whole lot more grief than what they need right now. and this time, a meteorite injuring 1000 people in russia. with nasa cutting back, how do with nasa cutting back, how do we prevent another tragedy like all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. st seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. neil: tax hikes kicking in. whole foods trying to pump up business by bringing prices down. they say that they are trying to reach a broa
of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like diane's. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm this winter, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> news out of south africa this morning, prosecutors will pursue a charge of premeditated murder against paralympic star oscar pistorius. the disabled runner is seen here arriving at court where he reportedly went during the hearing. pistorius is accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp inside his home early yesterday morning. >>> police say the body inside a burned out cabin is body of christopher dorner. dorner was identified through dental record. he was wanted for the murder of four people, including a women's basketball coach and her fiancee. officials say dorner researched the couple before killing them. dorner claimed the murders were revenge killings for being let go from the force. >>> and last night senate republicans blocked the nomination of chuck hagel's, preside
, we need to move away from that failed north korean policy to one with energy and creativity and focus, and i think we need to learn from what worked in the past until unfortunately those sanctions were lifted shortly after they were deployed because of the protests from north korea. so let's tackle north korea's illicit activities, its missile and drug proliferation where between that and its counterfeit currency program, that's how it gets close to 50% of its hard currency. this regime will do anything for money, obviously, as south koreans will tell you, it's a gangster regime. but let's interview with those shipments. let's disrupt the bank accounts that is used. let's ramp up the radio broadcasts into the country where there is evidence the information wall is cracking. 37% of those people that flee the regime today say they're listening to broadcasts or they're accessing information that is telling them about what's happening in the outside world and what's really going on in their own country. and that's the kind of information we have to get into this regime. and let's help the
just doesn't have the energy to do this job any more? >> i think we should take it as face value. i saw him in november and he was his usual sharp self speaking in half a dozen languages but he was very frail. when you get to be 85, your condition can change quickly. i think it's a great act of humility on his part to recognize that. and hand it over to someone else. >> we have been saying last pope to resign was in the 1400s. tell us what usually happens. i think most of us are familiar with it. for those of us who don't know, the pope lives the rest of his days at the head of the church. >> he usually does. in order to choose a successor, to the pope the cardinals will gather together in rome and this time they have a little more advanced warning than they usually do. >> the conclave, the indications are the conclave will take place after the pope's resignation takes affect on february 28th. i want to ask is that unusual but this whole circumstance is unusual. >> it's very unusual. not since television was invented have we had to deal with this. i know for the good of the church, ther
. the economy and jobs, manufacturing, infrastructure. he'll focus on education reform and energy. the most controversial topic is likely to be gun control, where there will be plenty of guests from both sides of the issue in the house galleries and pointed out by the president as the speech goes on. that would be the political theater, i mentioned a few sentences ago. let's go to tara for the rest of our preview. >> president obama wasn't offering a preview of a state of the union address to reporters this afternoon. >> white house aides say improving the economy and creating jobs will be front and center when the president speaks to congress and the country. >> as he outlays his plan tonight, everyone will see if we work together, we really will have a robust future. we can build our middle class. >> republicans want to hear president oh obama's plans. the growth of government. >> the second term offers a second chance. and if the president wants to regain the credibility he lost over the last four years on each of these issues, he'll start tonight. >> it's up to florida senator, m
to 15,000 miles high and released energy equivalent to an atomic bomb. cameras captured the shock wave that blew out an estimated 1 million square feet of glass. countless windows shattered in an area about 1,000 miles east of moscow. the spectacle deeply frightened many russians. more than 1,100 people were hurt. a young girl explains what happened. translator: after the flash nothing happened for about three minute. then we rushed outdoors. i was not alone. i was there with katia. the door was made of glass. the shock waves hit us. >> reporter: >> a nasa expert joined us on fox 5 news at 5:00 and said this is extraordinarily rare. >> i have to be honest, will. i am not wear of anything in the history books talking -- not aware of anything in the history books talking about this many people being hurt by a single event. >> ironically the event happened the same day an astroid buzzed by earth closer than an astroid has since scientists started monitoring them 15 years ago. it missed earth by more than 17,000 miles coming closer than weather and communication satellites that orbit our
of energy will ride up into the area later today. i think by the end of the rush hour, probably 5:00, six, 7:00 tonight, enough cold air behind the front that like a couple of nights ago, could transition into parts of the area, transition into snow. could be light accumulations on the roads. could be enough to cover your car. could be up to an inch tonight and later tomorrow. forecast could get more interesting this weekend. more on that coming up. let's worry about today first. there's your accuweather seven- day forecast. potential parts of the area could pick up more snow tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. i'll have more on that in a few minutes. >>> let's check in with julie wright for a look at your on- time traffic. >> all right, guys. busy on the highways still at this hour. inner loop from 202 to route 4, 20 minutes heading south. accident closing between white house and brown road. we find the lanes are open in each direction two and from the wilson bridge. it's along 395, past 110, but before the 14th street bridge. a crash was tying up the left side. delays on the outer loop
is what i love to work on. i'm spending time on energy innovation because we need cheap energy we need clean energy. creating a new high school course because i think science and history can be brought together and made more interesting. often the money that lets do you the innovation is what's missing, and i'm lucky enough to have capital to -- whether it's a new nuclear reactor or cheap solar. i combat for ideas. it lets me learn a lot of science, work with brilliant people. >> i have in my happeneds the annual letter from you from the foundation. what's interesting here, the theme of this is measurement. and you say that's crucial to have a goal and to be able to measure how well you're doing if you're going to reach the goal. >> right. it's been stunning to me in the last year that the places we even done well is where we're going and really able to see what's going on. and for example, if you want to get 90% of the kids vaccinated then you'd better know within a month of this area if it's working and if it is, what is it doing right. why is it working here
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up at 7:00 on "today in the bay." more local news in 30 minutes. >>> good energy out there. we are back on this saturday, february 16, 2013. it is, four, preside -- of cour president's day weekend. folks on the plaza. happy to have them here. back inside studio 1a, i'm erica hill with lester holt. coming up, you'll see a different side of bee yns yonce. >> she's always been notoriously tight-lip good her private life. in a new documentary she opens up about her family, motherhood, and personal struggles. >> looking forward to. that. >>> the no-nonsense fitness trainer from "the biggest loser." jillian michaels is here to share strategies for staying fit. she'll answer your questions about diet and exercise. >>> then, a bizarre story involving the first woman ever elected as san diego's mayor, maureen o'connor. she says she gambled away more than $1 billion during a ten-year span. it's her reason for doing it that may surprise you. >>> and his name is chris p. bacon. his game -- making people smile. that's how he rolls, literally. there he is in the green room. a pig in a wheelc
. >> if this amount of energy had been detonated at ground level instead of 10 miles up, it would have probably leveled every single building in an area the size of chicago. >> reporter: that's hundreds of thousands, maybe millions dead. >> it's hard to think about that the possibility could be that, but it's there. >> reporter: the explosion blew out windows in thousands of apartment buildings sending glass shards flying. no one was killed. among the jur injured two00 children. more than 300 schools sustained damage. a wall at a zinc factually claeped. the region's governor promised to replace all the broken windows in a week, a long way where the temperature was 12 below zero. tony guida cbs news, new york. >> axelrod: the russians weren't the only ones looking up and seeing meteors purpose there were two other apparent meteor sightings reported last night one over cuba and then look at the upper right part of your screen. this image was captured in san francisco. neither of these other two meteors caused any injuries or damage. joining us now for more on all this activity above earth is jeff
: nobody saw the russian meteor coming. when it did, it released 20 times as much energy as the atomic bomb dropped on hiroshima in 1945. no wonder nasa is keeping a closing watch for anything like it headed our way. at this moment, that near miss asteroid is now on its way out of the earth moon system. at 4 a.m. tomorrow, it will head outside the orbit of the moon. you can't see it without a powerful telescope. the magnitude is just about 7.4 well beyond naked iviesibility. but they will have telescopes at nasa you can watch it online. in the meantime, elizabeth, i have to tell you, what an extraordinary coincidence. we are sitting here waiting for this big near miss asteroid and then the real thing actually smashes into russia and it doesn't only smash into russia. it smashes as the biggest fall in 100 years and that last one in tunguska in 1908 was only 3,000 miles from this one. that's the longest astronomical hole in one you can possibly imagine. >> the video was incredible. >> reporter: incredible. >> i want to ask you, like, how often does thi
. and according to the energy information agency, the average price of a gallon of gas increased 96% since the president first took office back in january of '09. and experts say refinery maintenance is one reason for the spike. >> new backlash over a leaked white house immigration proposal. it was first reported in usa today, white house immigration plan offers tax to residencesy. and the legislation made a flurry of opposition from key republican senators. and rand paul accusing the obama administration of trying to sabotage a bipartisan deal already emerging in the senate. >> this is the president torpedoing the plan and shows me that he's really not serious. there are many people who think that democrats bring up the issues as wedges and they don't want to pass them and no longer have the republicans to blame and they set themselves up for failure by putting up something that's untenable. >> megyn: bradley is a former spokesperson for president bush. and gentlemen, welcome to you on this president's day. it's an interesting theory, brad, that he's positing that president obama doesn't
for gas prices. the u.s. energy department says drivers will pay a year long average of $3.55. that's up $.11 from the estimate. gas is $4.07 a gallon in san francisco. in oakland drivers are paying an average of $3.99. >> facebook admitted it was the victim of a hacking attack. last month a handful of employees visited a mobile developer website that downloaded malware on to company laptops. it was caused bay flaw. facebook officials say there's no evidence user data was compromised. >>> despite earning more than $1 billion last year, facebook didn't have to pay federal or state income tax. the social network received a tax refund. it all came from a single tax deduction, executive stock options. that tax break reduced the federal and state income taxes by more than $1 million. >>> the dow rose 8 points. nasdaq fell 6.5. >> the bay area is known for being friendly to the gay community. when it comes to percentage of population the bay area actually isn't at the top of the list. find out which area is. >> there is a catch. warren buffet was leading a group buying heinz, the deal comes un
object . it packs the same energy as a nuclear bomb. crazy coincidence alert, all of this occurred in the same 24-hour period an asteroid rocketed past earth at a distance of 17,150 miles which is not nearly far enough or not nearly close enough depending on howdy pressed you are with your life. let's go live to a nasa press conference where they are discussing the implications of all of this. >> that was horrifying. >> joe, welcome to the show. >> thank you, andy. >> the head of the near earth object program says he thinks this was an event caused by the atmospheric impact, but you disagree? >> yes, i understood some of those words. i think this is proof about the weakening of meteors and asteroids. one of these things called kill all of the dinasaurs. my research and hard work has proven this for years. they call me crazy, but who is laughing now, andy? >> nobody here. is it. >> it is not funny. >> why do you think -- is it president obama? >> i'll tell what you it is. when bruce willis has to crawl in it to implode it from the inside, little pieces hit the earth. that's what hap
control and immigration reform and clean energy. the focus will be the middle class an jobs. president obama expected to get back to basics. the white house says. the growing economy, about 1.4% according to the cbo, the congressional budget office. 7.5% unemployment. won't go over that, they think. republicans want to hear the president talk about smarter spending cuts. president obama expected to urge congress to do something to prevent those automatic budget cuts coming in march. >> this thing is going to put 600,000 people out of work and we're talking cops, we're talking teachers. >> we've got to avoid it. we've got to stop it. >> let's sit down and do this in a thoughtful manner. let's include revenue. >> revenue, republicans resisting that. it happened during the fiscal cliff deal. if revenue means more taxes or higher taxes, republicans are already saying no deal. eun? >> tracie potts live on capitol hill for us. thank you. >> president obama also continues to clash are republicans over september's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya. south carolina senator li
this huge flock without the full strength of all of his energies. >> barbara, the cardinal said the life of the church will go on. this seat will be vacant on the 28th of the month. we did spend time at the basilica this morning. a lot of people leaving mass there giving reaction as well as at st. matthew. they were shocked to hear the news. >> wow. i admire the pope. to see him retire due to his health it's like he didn't last long. i thought he was a healthy guy taking on the weight of the world like jesus. >> they said his faith in modern engagement was a good thing and he was on twitter. that was a big thing. it may be an indication of what they are looking for for the next pope. that's the latest from the news conference in the northwest. more on news 4 at 4:00 this afternoon. >> pope benedict visited the nation's capital in 2008 for a three-day visit. it was part of his visit to the u.s. he celebrated mass in d.c. in front of 46,000 people. during his visit he met with then president george bush and leaders of the washington archdiocese. >> we could see sun this afternoon. tom kier
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, however. >>> the monster beverage company plans to start listing how much caffeine is in its energy drinks. the change is part of a voluntary move toward compliance with stricter federal guidelines. critics including officials in washington questioned the safety of energy drinks. red bull already uses stricter labeling. >>> 3,100 passengers from the carnival "triumph" are on a new trip this morning, and that would be oh, a blessed trip home! passengers so happy to be on land, one of them actually kissed the ground. others are just happy for the basics, you know, like a shower and hot food. brooke baldwin has more on their nightmare vacation. >> reporter: the scene in mobile, alabama, passengers cheer and wave as the carnival cruise ship "triumph" makes its way into port. others show signs like "sweet home alabama" relieved their vacation is finally over. >> good to be back on solid ground and you think about a good three-day cruise that we had and then it was a bad four-day camping trip. >> reporter: the ship limped into port late thursday night, some four days after an engine room fire kn
still make critical investments in education, energy, while also balancing budgets committee responsible spending cuts. >> thank you, madam chair. i want to disagree with those who say we have a spending problem. when they talk about it, like there is an assumption that somehow we are a nation broke and cannot afford these things any longer. we are too broke to invest in education and housing. we are the richest nation in the history of the world. we are now the richest nation in the world. we have the highest per-capita income of any major nation. if we are so rich, what are we so broke? is it a spending problem? no. it is because we have a misallocation of capital. and the wealth. all of this wealth that has been built up by hard working americans has been accumulating into fewer hands. then we have a tax code that is skewed toward the wealthy. a tax cut whittled with -- a tax code riddled with loopholes. that allows the wealthy had to fund manager to pay less rate of taxes that a nurse, for example. it is very interesting that all this talk we have about sequester talks about the prog
above the earth, we're told it released 20 times the energy, more powerful than the hiroshimo bomb in japan. it was powerful enough to knock down doors and shatter windows across one city. officials say more than 1,000 people went for medical treatment. flying glass blamed for most of those injuries. one witness saying when older women in the neighborhood spotted it, they started screaming that the world was ending. and just about everybody seemed a little freaked out. >> it was very confusing because the building was shaking a little bit, so initially i thought it was an earthquake. but then i knew i heard this loud bang, so i thought some sort of explosion, either a gas leak or a bomb or -- once i saw this streak in the sky, i thought it was either a plane crash or a missile. >> can you blame him? the shock waves shattered a wall 900 miles east of moscow. one of an estimated 3,000 buildings damaged in one city. at a nearby lake, witnesses say a piece of that space rock punched a 26-foot hole right through the ice in the middle of the winter. how is this for a cosmic coincidence?
a very high diving board into water. but you're traveling a lot faster. that energy has to go somewhere. it went into light that you saw on the street when it was heating up the column of air. >> that's what caused the shock wave and damage? >> yeah, the shock wave is what happened. and the injuries where it happened, because people naturally went to their window, and saw this bright light, because light travels faster than sound. and then the sound arrived, and shattered the windows when everybody was looking out their window. >> is there a way to warn or predict about the next meteor or next close encounter? >> best radar, even the best military radar, we have a very difficult time detecting something 50 feet or less across. this is a kind of an unpredictable event. unlike the asteroid that passed the earth yesterday, we had plenty of warning and knew where it was coming and where it was going. >> yeah. yesterday i was talking to some colleagues and they were like, where should we go, down in the basement? and i said i think we're going to be fine. it appears that russia seems to be t
that will allow us to harvest more of our energy and put more people to back to work repairing our crumbling roads and bridges. these steps will help our businesses expand and create new jobs. we also need to provide every american with the skills and training that they need to fill those jobs. let's start in the earliest years by offering high-quality preschool to every child in america. we know kids in these programs you better throughout their lives. let's redesign our high schools so that our students graduate with the skills that employers are looking for right now. because taxpayers cannot continue to subsidize the soaring cost of higher education, i call on congress to take affordability and value into account when determining which colleges receive certain types of federal aid. those are steps we can take to bring good jobs to america and equip people with the skills those jobs require. that brings us to the third question, how do we make sure that hard work leads to a decent living? no one in america should work full-time and raise children in poverty. let's raise the minimum wage. it is
to harness more of our energy and put people back to work repairing our roads and bridges. we also need to provide every american with the skills and training that they need to fulfill those jobs. lester in the earliest years by offering high-quality pre- school to kids. let's make sure our students graduate with the skills that employers are looking for right now. because taxpayers cannot continue to subsidize the soaring costs of higher education, we look for affordability and value into account. those are steps that we can take to help bring good jobs to america and equip it but with the skills that those jobs require. that brings us to the third question -- how to make sure that hard work leads to a decent living? no one should work full- time and raise their children in poverty. let's raise the minimum wage so it is one that people can live on. let's also pass comprehensive immigration reform and secure the borders and establish a responsible path to citizenship and attracting the highest skilled engineers to help create jobs. these steps will help grow our economy and rebuild a ri
are going to have to weigh experience and the need for a certain level of energy. >> there's no light, no water. we can't flush. some people were able to shower. >> our promise to our guests is to provide great vacations, and we try very hard to do that all the time. it's obvious in this particular case we did not deliver on that promise. >> every day that dorner is loose, the likelihood of an attack on either a uniformed police officer or a family of a police officer is likely. >> we believe that someone was inside. is still inside there, even though the building burned. >> what was your reaction, sue, when you first heard about this? >> horror, disbelief. i actually got physically ill. i couldn't read anymore for a couple of days. >> westminister is like the oscars of dog shows. it's an honor to be here, whether you win or lose. >> we go through in the course of a week, 100 bails of shavings, and 10,000 doggy poop bags. that's just the minor logistics. >> next year, i hope the show sends you to the westminister dog show, because you all week have been making dog noises, and you've b
's always such a likable guy with a great smile and tons of energy. it is great to see him back with the giants here at spring training here in scottsdale. back to you in the studio. >> we welcome him back. okay. thanks so much. >> you know torres a bit. i saw a photo. i saw it on facebook. check it out. marla tellez. i think he really enjoyed it. >> i drew the short stick with brian wilson. maybe. i'm hoping that he'll come and rehab in san jose with san jose giants but that's pretty far-fetched. we have less than a quarter of mile visibility available in santa rosa this morning. we're actually looking good elsewhere. yesterday at this point we had some thicker pockets of fog out there. today not a lot to talk about. that's good news. starting out nice and mild. air quality not suffering all that much under offshore flow. however, by the weekend we might be sparing the air. make sure you tune into rob mayeda tomorrow morning and find out if that is the case. 34 in san jose. 36 in gilroy. 31 in livermore. 52 degrees. 52 degrees to start the day in oakland where typically you hit
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